“Treating concepts in this way reifies them when in fact possession of a concept is not the acquisition of any particular object at all.”
“To possess the concept green is to be capable of applying the concept in ways that other concept users would accept as viable and the only way that such application can be achieved is via representations.”
If “concepts are capacities”, then representations are also capacities.
“Where many theorists take representations to be objects of fact I take capacities to represent to be instrumental. So I reject inner representation as such.”
concepts = capacities
(i.e. concepts and capacities are numerically identical)
“Concepts are applied via procedures (hence the relevance of Wittgenstein's insights regarding meaning and use).”